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The SAIC 150th Anniversary Gala raises more than $1.2 million for student scholarships.
With an increase in applications from CPS students, SAIC donors and friends have created new ways to support local talent.
As SAIC and the South Side Community Art Center celebrate milestone anniversaries, an exhibition showcases the ties between them.
With a new online art history course that features the museum’s collection, SAIC enters the world of web learning.
A new committee of successful local business owners is starting a movement to support SAIC student entrepreneurs.
Decade after decade, SAIC's Photography department has grown, always evolving with changing technologies and encouraging students to pursue their own aesthetics and interests.
A "rerouted" meal brings together students, faculty, and artists to discuss food systems, lakefront shoals, shipwrecks, and shared human experience
SAIC Historic Preservation students document the Junior League of Chicago building for the Library of Congress.
Since the first SAIC scholarship was established in 1891, students have benefited greatly from the financial support that enables them to further their artistic goals.
Completed in 1976, the Columbus Drive Building was SAIC’s first building independent of the museum.
A new art and science course bring together two schools to develop collaborative visualizations of big data.
For her Art History thesis, an SAIC graduate student restages an obscure, yet pivotal moment in Japan’s cultural history.
SAIC student’s arts administration practice provides resources and collaborators to help artists realize their work.
SAIC’s College Arts Access Program prepares Chicago Public School students for a successful future in art, design, and beyond.
SAIC artists and designers are expanding the possibilities of 3D printing.
Back in the days when all SAIC classrooms were underground in the basement of the Art Institute of Chicago museum, there was one single gathering space for SAIC students, faculty, and visitors: the subterranean cafeteria.
SAIC students and faculty teamed up with Scenarios USA to help Chicago high school students address the issues in their lives.
SAIC’s innovative interdisciplinary curriculum is integral to the school’s mission and philosophy.
Since 1994, SAIC’s Student Union Galleries (SUGs) has helped hundreds of students find a forum for their voices and an outlet for their innovative, challenging work.
The LeRoy Neiman Center opened in 2012 as the hub of SAIC's campus community.
Richard Casper (BFA 2012), Iraq War veteran and alum, introduces fellow veterans to the healing potential of the arts.